Family Berothidae (Beaded Lacewings)
Berothidae is a family of Neuropteran insects commonly known as beaded lacewings. With 22 genera and ~100 species beaded lacewings are found worldwide, but are typically restricted to subtropical and tropical areas. Much is still known of their biology/ecology but it is known that Berothids will lay their eggs on wood near termite nests. Some larvae will live with and prey on the their termite hosts, using a gas discharged from their anus to immobilize the termites. Adult Berothids are thought to not feed at all.
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